Changing Channels

As cable channels start turning towards original programming and better content, their rebranding can make a trip through TV Guide confusing. In this quiz, see if you can track the changes to your favorite cable networks.

1 of 9
TLC, known for its shows like “What Not to Wear” and “Junkyard Wars,” is no longer an acronym, but what did the letters used to stand for?
The Life Channel
Turner Living Channel
The Learning Channel
Tallahassee Local Channel
2 of 9
What current channel is the former “The Nashville Network?”
Spike
GSN
G4
FX
3 of 9
When the executives behind the Sci Fi Channel decided to rebrand, how did they spell the name of the new channel?
S.Fic
Sci/Fi
Sifi
SyFy
4 of 9
Which of the following has never been a channel associated with Nickelodeon?
NickToons
Nick GAS (Games and Sports)
Noggin
Snick
5 of 9
The channel now known as ABC Family was once owned by –- and named after –- what other network?
CBS
Fox
NBC
CW
6 of 9
The channel once known as “Faith and Values” and “Odyssey” is now listed as what?
Bravo
Lifetime
The Hallmark Channel
The Hub
7 of 9
After re-orienting its programming, what did “Discovery Home & Leisure” turn into?
Planet Green
HGTV
Wealth TV
Current TV
8 of 9
When MTV first launched a spinoff channel in 1996 – ostensibly to focus on music videos – what was it initially called?
More Music
MTV Next
M2
Much MTV
9 of 9
Which two channels merged to become the CW in 2006?
TNN and PAX
UPN and PAX
The WB and USA
UPN and the WB